Conflict Dynamics in South Darfur

South Darfur has been the site of intense violence from April 15 through the fall of the city to the RSF in the city in late October. Drawing on interviews with those recently displaced from Nyala, this paper reflects on the dynamics driving the conflict, from ethnic tensions to political dynamics to war economics. Respondents also reflected on what they saw as the way forward. 

The violence in South Darfur has taken a serious toll, and the regional and international response has been woefully insufficient. We hope that these insights into the views and the perspectives of the displaced will help to both motivate and inform more robust engagement and solutions. 

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